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Morobe custodian eager to do well

FC Morobe Wawens goalkeeper Jason Bendi is keen to continue his stunning form in the OFC Champions League Group B competition in Lautoka, Fiji.

Jason made his debut appearance in the Oceania premier club competition with a stunning performance against Lautoka despite conceding five goals.

The 21-year-old made some brilliant reflexes to deny Solomon Islands international Benjamin Totori and Fijian striker Samuela Drudru.

He also denied Zibraaz Sahib a hat trick with a wonderful save in the second half.

The young lad said he had mix feelings after his debut against the hosts at Churchill Park on Sunday.

“The last game, I was prepared to play this game. So, I gave it my very best shot,” he said.

“I know they’ve won, but I still, I played. I feel better, because they are very experienced players.

“So, when I saved those balls, I felt like it’s hard I felt the pressure and excitement when I saved the ball.

“They are big name players who represented their countries but I did my best, played simple.”

Jason believe his team still has something to play for in the remaining matches.

“But I believe in our boys, we got the two remaining games. We just have to work together,” the young shot stopper added.

FC Morobe Wawens will take on AS Central Sport in a do or die encounter today at Churchill Park in Lautoka.




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